18th Century stone cottage located in a beautiful spot to provide an idyllic Yorkshire Retreat
This property enjoys a lovely, tranquil rural location in the hamlet of Healaugh, one mile west from the capital of Swaledale, Reeth. Reeth is a pretty Yorkshire village featuring cafe's, shops and pubs. There is also a bakery and a popular weekly market to explore. This property is situated on the coast to coast route and has featured as part of the Tour De France route, making it popular with walking and cycling enthusiasts. Enjoy a fabulous walk crossing the stepping-stones to the lovely river beach on the banks of the Swale around half a mile away. With plenty of walking, fishing, cycling and shooting are available nearby this is a simply wonderful base to explore the Yorkshire Dales.
On arrival at this charming cottage, you will discover an open-plan interior consisting of a sitting room, dining area and kitchen. You will see how lovingly the property is maintained and finished. Maintaining exposed stone walls and original features whilst offering a high standard of accommodation. The charming sitting room featuring a multi-fuel stove, flat-screen TV, DVD Wi-Fi and a variety of books and games for a relaxed evening in. At the centre of this room, a warming multi-fuel stove sits inside the exposed stone fireplace giving the room a wonderfully cosy feel even in the coldest of months. The well equipped contemporary kitchen offers an oven, hob, microwave and a fridge/freezer Stairs situated between the kitchen and the sitting room lead to the first floor where the beautiful king-size bedroom provides breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside. The bathroom features Basin, Bath with overhead shower and WC.
Outside, there is an attractive south facing cottage garden to the front of the property with café table and chairs and steamer chairs providing a delightful place for alfresco dining or simply lying back and enjoying the scenery. There is also secure bicycle storage upon request. Off road parking is available.